Tarkett introduces the new range of I.D. Premier Luxury Vinyl Tiles.
June 21st, 2009
In a retail environment flooring is much more than just a covering, it is integral to the expression of brand peronsality, to attracting and welcoming customers and adding to their retail experience.
Tarkett now delivers creative freedom in developing this experience with its new range of I.D. Premier Luxury Vinyl Tiles, specifically designed to meet the requirements of heavy traffic areas in retail, hospitality and commercial situations.
The new range introduces an expanded selection of colours and designs including: the natural tones and textures of the ‘Wood collection’, the ‘Stone collection’ – communicating the raw beatuy of marble, stone and other natural materials – and the vibrant colours, embossed metallic effects and photographic realism of the ‘Design collection’.
I.D. Premier also offers the added savings in lifetime costs with no need for wax and polishes. Maintenance is also significantly reduced thanks to I.D. Premier’s tough TopClean XP PUR-reinforced surface – making it easier to clean and increasing stain, chemical and abrasion resitance.
For more information on the range contact your local Tarkett Architectural Representative or email email@example.com
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